LoginCreate an account

  Username: Password:
Home News-Telegram Sports

Local Sports

Ailing Lady Cats post two wins

ALLEN — The Sulphur Springs Lady Cats are fight off sickness, but still managing to win.
The Lady Cats (now 10-1) took two wins Friday in the Allen softball tournament despite being down to just nine players due to illness according to assistant coach Eric Buck.


Wildcats win two in Tyler

TYLER — The Sulphur Springs Wildcats took two wins Friday in Rose City baseball tournament action played in Tyler.


Yantis downed by No. 4 Avery, 51-41

PRAIRILAND - The Yantis Owls played their final playoff game Friday against No. 4 state-ranked Avery Bulldogs. The Owls fell 51-41, ending their season with a 22-10 mark.
"Considering we began the season with seven of our top eight gone to graduation, and we were not even ranked by TABC (Texas Association of Basketball Coaches) polls, I am proud of our season," said Yantis Owls head basketball coach Jack Bowles. "This has been a great bunch of kids to coach. They have all been fantastic. I am already looking forward to next year. We will have seven of our top nine back."


C-P Eagle track team excels in Grand Saline

User Rating: / 10

GRAND SALINE — The Como-Pickton Eagle track team competed in the JV division along with varsity teams from 2A-4A schools Friday afternoon. C-P finished third overall behind Van and Canton.
Pole Vault: Fourth-Dustin Flowers, 10-6; Fifth-Hunter Cooksey, 10-6
Discus: Sixth-Robert Carden, 96-7.

High Jump: Third-Trevor Cagle, 5-4; Fifth-Seth Sturgill, 5-2.
3,200 meters: First-Hunter Cain, 11:29.
800 meters: First-Even Tellez, 2:14.


Como-Pickton JH earns fourth across board at Quitman meet

QUITMAN—The Como-Pickton eighth grade boys track team competed at Quitman on Monday and came home with a fourth place winning with 112 total points. Grand Saline won first with 146, Winnsboro earned second and Alba-Golden was awarded third each with 113 points.   

Page 1111 of 1130



mySSnews Login

User Menu